The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK

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March 1, 2014

Waynoka members celebrate FFA Week

ENID, Okla. — The week of Feb. 15-22, Waynoka FFA National FFA Week.  

On Monday, members went to the elementary classrooms and talked with the younger students about FFA and agriculture.

On Tuesday evening, the FFA hosted a parents’ appreciation supper to thank parents for all their support. On Wednesday, FFA members started the day bright and early to prepare a great breakfast for the Waynoka teachers. Then Wednesday afternoon, they hosted an Ag Olympics that entertained the whole school. Each officer put together a three-person team that competed for the title. The Ag Olympics included events such as round bale pushing, post driving, egg toss and calf roping.  

On Thursday morning, the officers traveled to Woodward to be on K101.1 radio at 7 a.m. to promote FFA Week to the surrounding communities. Then, for the rest of Thursday everyone wore the FFA colors of blue and gold. They finished the week on Sunday with the FFA attending church together at the Methodist church.

Garber students place

in livestock show

By Garret Heinrich

Garber FFA reporter

The Garber Local Livestock Show was Feb. 17. There were many FFA and 4-H members who exhibited their animals at the show.

Placings were:

Swine

Chester — Class one, first place, Madison Deeds. Class two, first place, Cassidy Stowers; second place, Shelbi Prince; and third place, Tanner Butcher. Champion Chester went to Madison Deeds, and reserve champion to Cassidy Sowers.

Duroc — Class one, first place, Emilee Hughes; and second place, Josh Beebe. Class two, first place, Madison Deeds; and second place, Shelbi Prince. Class three, first place, Summer Prince. Emilee Hughes received champion Duroc, and Summer Prince received reserve champion Duroc.

Hampshire — champion Hamp was received by Emilee Hughes, and reserve was received by Emily Cinnamon.

Poland — Class one, first place, Jenni Beebe. Class two, first place, O’Ryan Hatch; second place, Jessica Cinnamon; and third place, Devin Dalton. Class three, first place, Summer Prince; second place, Adler Berkenbile; and third place, Branna Deeds. Class four, first place, Shelbi Prince; and second place, Wyatt Spangler. Champion Poland went to O’Ryan Hatch, and reserve went to Summer Prince.

Spot — Class one, first place, Jacob Bebee. Class two, first place, Jordan Carter; second place, Adler Berkenbile; and third place, Jessica Cinnamon. Class three, first place, Maci Carter; and second place, Madison Deeds. Class four, first place, Errika Hughes; second place, Lakan Light; and third place, Jordan Carter. Champion Spot was exhibited by Errika Hughes, and reserve by Jordan Carter.

Yorkshire — champion was exhibited by Maci Carter, and reserve champion was exhibited by Brianna Deeds.

Cross — Class one,— first place, Emilee Hughes; and second place, Braden Alwert. Class two, first place, Emilee Cinnamon. Class three, first place, Lakan Light. Champion Cross went to Lakan Light, and reserve to Emilee Hughes.

Grand champion market swine was exhibited by Lakan Light. Reserve champion market swine was exhibited by Summer Prince. The 2014 champion junior showman was Maci Carter, and champion senior showman was Emilee Hughes.

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